TRIBAL ARTS. EARLY QUECHUA TEXTILE.

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QUECHUA AWAYO. QUERO, PERU. Early Mid 20th Century, Classic Pre-Hispanic Inca Influences with Pronounced Central Cross Pattern. Very Intricate Warp Weave. Cochineal Dyes, Natural Rich. Very Difficult to Acquire Such a Fine Example in This Condition. Utilized as a Ritual Cerimonial Textile and Woven over a Period of Weeks. Similar Textiles are Included within Historical Museum Collections. * ARGENTINE ESTATE Collected Pre-1950. * Quality Textile Example from The Region. ON MINIMUM RESERVE Advanced Collections. Authentic Indegious Textiles are Rapidly Disappearing ......

Item Details

Reference #:
200_70
Quantity
2
Category
Textiles, Clothing & Accessories
Department
Collectibles
Year
Circa 1900
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
42.00 x 33.00 x
Weight
Unknown
Condition
Excellent
Material
Llama, Alpaca & Merino Wools.